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WACOM Intuos 4 Professional Pen Tablet - Extra Large/Black

  • 12" x 19" Active Area
  • Advanced Pen Tip Sensor
  • Display Toggle
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The extra large Intuos4 Tablet is Wacom's largest pen tablet, preferred by those who work on extremely large sized artwork or digitize printed artwork. With 218.4 square inches of working area, this tablet provides an enormous workspace. The extra large is built with eight ExpressKeys with illuminated displays that provide easy reference for your assigned functions.


Learn more about the Wacom PTK1240

Model

Brand
Wacom
Model
PTK1240

SPEC

Color
Black
Interface
USB
Tablet Dimensions
1.10" x 24.50" x 18.20" (H x W x D)
Active Area
12" x 19"
Pressure Levels
2048
Resolution
5080 lpi
Accuracy
+/- 0.01"
Tilt Range
+/- 60º

Packaging

Package Contents
Intuos4 extra large pen tablet
Intuos4 Grip Pen
Intuos4 Mouse
Pen stand
Ten replacement nibs (five standard nibs, one flex nib, one stroke nib, and three hard felt nibs)
Nib extractor
2.5m USB cable
Quick Start Guide
Installation CD (includes tablet driver software and electronic user manual)

SPEC

System Requirements
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP2), Mac OS X 10.4.8+.
Note: Also requires color display, powered USB port, CD/DVD drive, and broadband Internet connection to download bundled software.
Max. Data Rate
200 pps
Features
Powerful, yet sensitive

Pixel precision

Keys to success

Speed Ring

Left, right, left

Extra comfort

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Software No Less

Mouse included

Quick Info

Warranty

  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • Anonymous
  • 10/20/2011 10:13:28 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsLove it!

Pros: Easy to use, easy to set special button features, mouse works very well. Very impresses with its ability to recognise my writing no matter how sloppy I get and corrections are made on the fly. Very easy to use with CS5.5 Master Suite.

Cons: Not really a con but it is HUGE! I love that it is big but had to buy a bag for it alone.

Other Thoughts: Buy a Wacom case when you purchase this, you will want one later so just dont wait.

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  • Fred F.
  • 2/10/2011 8:02:54 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsLarge Tablets aren't just to help with carpal tunnel

Pros: I have worked on wacom tablets for 10+ years, worked in design for 13+, doing autonmotive and toy design. I have worked on the largest sized and smaller sized canvases. Having a larger tablet has huge advantages. As anyone that has a good art foundation knows, drawing with shoulder movement has significant advantages for your artwork depending on what you are trying to do. A large drawing surface also has it's advantages if you are working in a technical design field where precision is important. Plus, if you are someone that is used to drawing or painting on larger canvas, drawing on a small wacom will feel restricting and can negatively effect your other mediums. It really comes down to the depth of your experience and type of training. You also should consider the size of your monitor. Smaller sizes do have their advantages. It's depends on your needs and of course your budget.

Cons: You will need sufficent desk space or a way to hold the tablet in a way that is comfortable. I have an unorthadox setup. I prefer working while standing up, my computer is on a tall workstation table with my wacom resting on a stand that elevates at an angle. Very cool, almost like painting on a canvas while standing.

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  • John P.
  • 10/11/2009 3:07:03 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

2 out of 5 eggsskip this tablet

Pros: ergonomic, so someone w/ carpal tunnel can do big arm movements, not just wrist movements. Mix up the movements.

Cons: price blows. efficiency, speed, is terrible. Ergonomics is almost the only plus. I really can't think of a single plus besides ergonomics for those starting to have wrist problems. If you don't, or if you don't think you're close to that issue, pretty much 80 to 90% of most users should skip.

Other Thoughts: Intuos 4 is a good line. But this size and price really doesn't give much advantages to most peeps. In fact, I would say when using the full tablet space, it's usually a disadvantage in speed and efficiency. Only good if you have wrist probs/concerns and want to mix it up.

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  • Jason G.
  • 6/3/2009 10:54:46 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat for Digital Artwork

Pros: -excellent pressure sensetivity. I haven't noticed a big
difference between digital line weight and paper line
weight
-size of drawing surface is great for large gestural work
and yet also doesn't impede small detail work
-feature buttons on side are actually useful once you
adjust to using them without looking at them
-drawing survace is quite resilient. I press pretty hard
on the surface when I draw if I'm not thinking about it
and several times I thought I would have left even a
polished streak if not a depression on the pad but
nothing yet!
-the bundle programs (aka bloatware) that came with it
are actually pretty interesting/useful even for
trial/demo versions. I liked that I had a choice between
several options as well since I wouldnt have used all of
them.

Cons: -it's pretty massive so placement is a concern unless
you have a drafting table to set it on. I have a
desk that has a large keyboard drawer that rolls out
from under the surface that this fits perfectly on,
otherwise it would take up a very large portion of my
desktop (which I still use for "traditional drawing"
*gasp* and other work as well)
-the rocker switch on the pen is useful outside of
drawing if you were to use the pen as a mouse... and
pretty annoying while drawing. I constantly move the
pen around in my hand and end up hitting the rocker
switch without meaning to, thus opening menus I don't
want open and interrupting my "flow". not a huge deal
but something to definitely get used to.
-not a great translation from drawing/painting on paper
simply because you are not looking at your hand as it
draws on the pad. takes some getting used to and
affected my skill until I started to acclimate to the weird
way of working.

Other Thoughts: This is my first electronic drawing pad (ever). It probably would have been prudent to spend less on a smaller size since I never used one before but I figured I would spend the extra money on the largest size because it's better to have it and not need it than need it and not have it, and it would be cheaper to spend a little more now than to get a smaller one and then decide I needed to buy the big guy later on. My only regret is not being rich enough to afford one of those interactive monitors since this has been more of a learning curve than I had originally thought to get over how "unnatural" it feels to not be able to see my hand in relation to the drawing I am working on. I am slowly getting used to it though, I found that making sure that the pad is squarely aligned with the monitor and I am squarely aligned with the pad is a big help with that. Everything else about this pad is spot on so far. Definitely a worthwhile buy for artistic work.

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